Melbana's uphill battle

MELBANA Energy faces an uphill battle asking for double its current $13.5 million market capitalisation to fund two exploration wells in Cuba, but if it can’t pull off a farm out there will be a feeding frenzy on the acreage, Hartleys analyst Aiden Bradley said.

  • Anthony Barich
  • 03 October 2017
  • 09:55
  • News
Melbana's uphill battle
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